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Slymeball (Chernobyl x Professor Moriarty) 10 Regular Seeds
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Ingredients: hemp seed
The combination between of the Van Gogh (Cherry Pie x Professor Moriarty) produced an incredible resinous cross. Adding a bit of weight to the Bear Creek Kush and hopefully its resistance to the Pacific northwest weather, testers were very impressed and made sure to comment on how they were the stickiest plants they had ever grown.
For at least a decade, Tarantino has been trying to adapt Bret Easton Ellis' 1985 novel Less Than Zero, which had also been a film back in 1987 starring Robert Downey Jr. and Andrew McCarthy. In early 2010, in a few interviews, Ellis confirmed that Tarantino had been trying to get Fox to let him remake it, though Tarantino has never openly spoken about this project. The story centers on the young drug-fueled party scene of rich kid '80s L.A.
A live-action version of Luke Cage — aka Power Man — finally arrived in the form of a Marvel's Netflix series starring Mike Colter. Back in the '90s though, huge comic book fan Tarantino considered making a Luke Cage film as his follow-up to Reservoir Dogs. Of course, he ended up doing Pulp Fiction instead. But in the '90s he met with producer Ed Pressman, who owned the film rights to Luke Cage, and pitched Laurence Fishburne as Cage.
Tarantino was first attached to the Star Trek project in December 2017, as it came to light that he had apparently pitched a "great idea" to J.J. Abrams, who rebooted the franchise in 2009, and the two were said to be developing the story alongside The Revenant writer Mark L. Smith. Now Tarantino is "steering away" from Star Trek, making many think the entire project will ultimately be canceled.
LESS THAN ZERO REMAKE
This list has been whittled down to the most notable titles and/or genres Tarantino has expressed solid interest in. Also, knowing that Tarantino likes to write and direct his own original stories, we haven't included every IP project he's been attached to (leaving out Green Lantern, Silver Surfer, Men in Black, Westworld, etc).
Another book series that you can see a Tarantino character reading in one of his movies is Len Deighton's Berlin Game – the first of a trilogy that also includes the books Mexico Set and London Match. As a big fan of the spycraft books, and having not been able to direct Casino Royale, Tarantino told the U.K. press in 2009 that he was interested in doing Deighton's Berlin trilogy.
THE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E.
Another Elmore Leonard book that Tarantino has wanted to adapt, for seemingly forever, is 40 Lashes Less One – a Western set in a desert prison. As of 2015, he still owned the rights to the book and was even considering turning it into a TV miniseries.
Twenty years ago, Tarantino was toying with an American remake of Lucio Fulci's horror film, The Psychic, about a clairvoyant woman, inspired by visions, who smashes open a section of wall in her husband’s home and finds a skeleton behind it. He even spoke to Jackie Brown's Bridget Fonda about possibly starring in it.